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Meritor announces electrification partnerships with Hino and Hyliion
Meritor partners its Blue Horizon platform with Hino and Hyliion. Also: Old Dominion expands its service network.
August 5, 2021
Meritor invests in electric power system company
Meritor invests in electric; Boss Shop joins Hyundai Translead's provider network.
August 4, 2021
Sales of NatGas trucks climb but infrastructure losing ground to electric
There's been an overall increase in electric charging stations, but a continuing decline of total natural gas stations.
August 3, 2021
Volvo names company’s first Volvo EV Certified Dealer | Spot loads reverse 3 week slide
Volvo Trucks’ largest West Coast dealership is the company's first certified EV dealer. Also: The post-July 4 holiday volume bounce occurred a week later than anticipated.
July 30, 2021
Nikola founder and former CEO charged with fraud
Trevor Milton is accused of "repeatedly disseminating false and misleading information."
July 29, 2021
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Cummins, Air Products announce hydrogen partnership
Cummins will provide hydrogen fuel cell electric powertrains for selected OEM partners’ heavy-duty trucks for Air Products, as Air Products begins the process of converting its global fleet of distribution vehicles to hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
July 27, 2021
Tesla delays electric Semi for third time
Tesla cites "limited availability of battery cells and global supply chain challenges," in third delay of its Semi truck launch.
July 26, 2021
Hyundai set to deploy hydrogen tractors in California
NorCAL ZERO, where Hyundai expects to supply 30 XCIENT Fuel Cell by early 2023, will be the largest deployment of Class 8 hydrogen-powered vehicles in the U.S.
July 26, 2021
Wrenches down, laptops up for electric truck repairs
All-electric trucks of tomorrow are here today with maintenance requiring fewer tools, parts and technicians.
July 13, 2021
EV tech shortage concern looms as zero-emission mandates draw near
As more commercial and consumer EVs hit the road, industry experts say fleets need to plan ahead and consider how these high-tech wonders just might attract a broader pool of technicians, particularly women, which could help alleviate a tech shortage.
June 29, 2021
Regulators give final ok to Navistar, Traton merger
Long-awaited Navistar buyout clears its final hurdle. Also: FMCSA finalizes delay of driver training rule until Feb. 2022; Penske Customer kicks off eCascadia test; One of Canada's largest logistics providers eyes expansion into the U.S. via acquisition.
July 1, 2021
NatGas and BEVs: Which one of these things is not like the other?
Would natural gas have taken off if it had its own Elon Musk?
June 22, 2021
Renewable natural gas gaining momentum with fleets
Renewable natural gas use among fleets is "expanding exponentially" with both its negative carbon value and adoption cost besting electric.
June 15, 2021
'Great interest' in fleet electrification as utilities swoon
While fleets take a closer look at how electric trucks can reduce their carbon footprint, utilities stand ready to help with infrastructure, charger, battery management, EV advice--nearly everything except EV sales.
June 13, 2021
Fleets prepare for arrival of electric trucks in 2022
Fleet executives from Ryder, Benore Logistic and Titan Freight to reveal their experiences and plans to adopt zero-emission trucks at the CCJ Symposium, August 9-11, in Birmingham.
June 10, 2021
Benore Logistic opens southeast to electric trucking
CCJ Top 250 carrier will use its new electric Peterbilt in South Carolina.
June 8, 2021
Tesla's trucking president has left the company
Freightliner expat joined Tesla following successful launch of Cascadia.
June 7, 2021
Electrification needs standardization
It is possible that a commercial vehicle could pull into a public charging station, be able to successfully plug the vehicle in, and still not be able to charge the batteries because of some interface detail or commercial agreement.
June 3, 2021
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Spot load volume returns to pre-holiday levels
Spot volume rebounded sharply in all segments, confirming that the recent reduction in load availability resulted from the Labor Day holiday.
Joshi confirmation hearing is Wednesday, set to lead FMCSA
TCA asks members to contact reps over Biden vax mandate
How fleets can adapt to inevitable proliferation of electric, alt-fuel trucks
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